At the height of his career, in 2010 singer/rapper Sean Kingston and some of his associates were accused of sexually assaulting a woman in a Seattle hotel room.  Now the accuser has come back for a second round and in addition filed a $5 million dollar lawsuit.

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Sean Kingston-youtube

Sean Kingston was in some BIG trouble, but to his relief as quick as the case arose, it dissipated.  Turns out police dropped all charges against Kingston, because they didn't  believe the accuser was credible.

Now things have changed and the case is being re-opened.  According to TMZ  that same women has filed a $5 million lawsuit against Kingston, his bodyguard, and a member of his band over the alleged episode. The un-named woman is claiming that all three men gang raped her while she was inebriated from marijuana and alcohol.  Thus she never gave her consent and because of that, she believes she was rapped. The woman is also claiming that the incident has caused her to suffer from mood swings, panic attacks, and lack of sleep.

This go around, Sean is leaving nothing to chance.  Find out what he's going to do about these allegations.  Listen to Tha Wire below for more info.

The Notorious B.I.G. Facebook
The Notorious B.I.G. Facebook

In other news, Brooklyn resident and obvious Notorious B.I.G. fan, LeRoy McCarthy has started a petition to have Biggie’s childhood street corner co-named with the late rapper’s government name, Christopher Wallace.

If it’s approved, Christopher Wallace Way would be added to St James Place and Fulton Street signage in Brooklyn, NY.

And it looks like this can be a reality in the very near future as a petition already has 277 of the 500 signature goal.

Here's what the petition reads and below is the link for you to sign:

Christopher Wallace “Notorious B.I.G., Biggie Smalls, Big Poppa” is a native of Brooklyn, NY, and his success through his artistic and creative lyrical wordsmith in music has influenced people around the world. This is a petition to honor Christopher Wallace with the co-naming of the corner of this childhood home at St James Place and Fulton Street in Brooklyn, NY to Christopher Wallace Way.

I like this young man, because, when he came out
he came out wit the phrase, he went from ashy to classy.
Song: Sky’s The Limit
Artist: Notorious B.I.G.

Artistically during Christopher Wallace time in music he was considered the best at his craft, so much so, he was given the highest esteem by the leading Hip Hop magazine, The Source, as King of New York. Coming from modest beginning the story of Christopher Wallace tells the story of a boy to a man accomplishing greatness, using words as his tools. The story Christopher Wallace continues to have a resounding influence on new generations although he passed away in 1997.

Please take the time to sign the petition for Christopher Wallace Way, and ask others to sign the petition also. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Spread Love It’s The Brooklyn Way.


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As the release date of Drake’s upcoming album Nothing Was The Same draws near, details have emerged that the Young Money MC will feature his father, Dennis Graham, on a bonus track “Heat of the Moment.”

Drake spoke of his dad in a recent interview with XXL magazine, of which he graces the cover, and said, “I’m living my dad’s dream. My dad wanted to be a famous singer.  There have been other interviews where I was asked about my dad and I didn't want to talk about it. And there were records where I didn't paint my dad as the greatest guy.  At the end of the day, my dad knows I love him and that he’s a great friend of mine.”

Drake went on to talk about his new single, his career and what’s next.  In the Q&A portion of his XXL interview, Drake said of his current single “Hold On, We’re Going Home”, that it maybe the “biggest and best” song of his career and how another single,  “Tuscan Leather” is his most confident intro to date.  Drake continued, “I have a bar in there where I say, ‘I’m tired of hearing who you checking for/Now just give it time, we’ll see who’s around a decade from now.’ I guess just being here now for four or five years now, this run to me is crazy. “Then I’m curious to see who’s next? Who’s next to have a real run? I don’t know if anyone has emerged and had a real run after me yet.”

Listen to Tha Wire now and find out when Drizzy plans to drop his new album.  Press play now for the scoop and skinny. 

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